Journal Archives : 1996 - 2000

STA Journal Archives : 1996 - 2000

STA Market Technician is the journal of the STA and is published twice a year, with contributions from expert members and guest writers.

This well-respected journal offers timely articles on technical analysis and charting methods, book and software reviews, as well as speaker notes from some of the STA’s monthly meetings.

An archive of past editions is available in the members’ area.

The opportunity to submit articles to STA Market Technician is open to any technical analyst from anywhere in the world.

If you would like to contribute, please contact the editor at info@nullsta-uk.org

Market Technician No.39

November 2000

Book Review (Irrational Exuberance (Shiller), Encyclopedia of Chart Pattern (Bulkowski)), Watts – Software Review, Collins – Using Displaced Moving Averages in Foreign Exchange Dealing, Tikhonov – Taranalysis – New developments in market forecasting, Wignall – Open interest, volume and price analysis: the special case of markets with inter-exchange mutual offsetting systems (part 1), Arter – Focus on Thailand.

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Market Technician No.38

July 2000

Book Review (The Predictors (Bass), Celaya – Charting the Regional FX markets, Kliem – Equity Markets: Outlook for Wall Street and FTSE – TMT and the old economy, Wignall – Mutual offsetting systems – a problem for technical analysis? Burnton – ChronographicsSM, Harland – Trading a 2 year old – the real time performance of a neurogenetic TBond futures trading system.

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Market Technician No.37

February 2000

Cognitive Behavioral Psychology for Investment Analysis and Management, Mack – Elliott Learning Pains, Plummer – The Phenomenom of Cycles, Stafford – The Natural Laws of Markets, Watts – Bytes and Pieces, Glydon – The Evolution of a Technical Analyst.

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Market Technician No.36

November 1999

Simcock – A Primer on the Use of Moving Averages to Gain Excess Risk-Adjusted Returns in the Currency Market, Cameron – Efficiency of Technicians, Allright & Celaya – Tactical Options Trading in the Foreign Exchange Market, Gramza – Unlocking the Power of Japanese Candle Analysis.

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Market Technician No.35

July 1999

Book Reviews (Graphs and their Applicaton to Speculation (Cole), A Course in Trading (Wetsel Market Bureau), Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets (Murphy), Forecasting Financial Markets (Plummer), The Book of Investing Wisdom (Krass), The Way to Trade (Piper), Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional (Brown)). Neely – Technical Analysis and the Profitability of US Foreign Exchange Intervention, Gifford – Commodities – A Bull Market in 2000?

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Market Technician No.34

March 1999

Millard – Channels and Cycles, Plummer – Some Thoughts on the Mathematics of Turning Points, Harland – Using nonlinear neurogenetic models with profit-related objective functions to trade the US Tbond future, Griffiths – The Dow at 10,000.

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Market Technician No.33

October 1998

Book Reviews (Advanced Trading Rules (Satchell and Acar), Real World Technical Analysis – A Guide to Technical Indicators and Chart Analysis (Kahn)). Hurwitz – Hurwitz Exact Location Parameters, Kwan – Crossover Methods in Moving Averages, Sullivan & Miller – Variation of Techniques Across Market Sectors, Tofpik – Recent Developments in Emerging Market Currencies, Piper – Randomness at Work, MacLean – Technicals of European Monetary Union, Beuttell – The Dow Theory and Other Sell Signals.

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Market Technician No.30

October 1997

Clark – Time, an Added Dimension, Tadion – The Price Bubble as an All Round Indicator, Whitby – A Stronger Euro After All ?, Islam – STA Diploma Revision Day, MacLean – Gann, Cycles and Fibonacci in 10 Year Spreads over Bunds.

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Market Technician No.29

July 1997

Book Reviews (Traders Edge (Noble), Edge of Chaos (Cohen)). Extract from the FT on ‘Attacking the Financial Markets’, Adcock – Futures Trading: Keeping it Simple, Blazey – Software Reviews: The Way Forward, McMinn – The 29 Day Effect as an Indicator of DJI Bear Markets, Steidlmayer – Market Profile.

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Market Technician No.28

April 1997

Book Reviews (Deciphering the Market (Tadion), Schwager on Futures: Technical Analysis (Schwager). Smyrk – Over-simple Trading Rules and a Bit of the Human Brain. Pring – 1997 – The Year of the Bear? Greene – Optimising Trading Reliability with Cyclic Market Insights.

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Market Technician No.27

November 1996

Zurla – Easy Money Fuels Trading Systems Sales. MacLean Point and Figure on Yield Spreads. Rooney – Who Says Technical Analysis Cannot Beat the Market? Breame – A Yen to Dominate ? Clark – The Dow – Time for a Trend Change? Goodburn – Precious metals – the unfolding bear market. Wignall – Beyond Analysis: A New Perspective. Arter – A Perfect ‘Set-Up’ for Thailand?

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Market Technician No.25

March 1996

Book Reviews (psychology of trading books). Pollock, Wilkie and Macaulay – Technical Analysis: An Element of Judgement Missing. Rooney – The Advance-Decline Noncumulative Line: How does it work? Piper – Simple Trading Rules and the Human Brain. Feeny – New Developments in Data Sources. Donaldson – Surfing the Elliott Wave to Profits.

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Current Issue

Market Technician No 84 March 2018

The March issue of Market Technician includes T Brackett and K Crystal – A Brief History of the Development of Median Line Analysis, AKA Andrews Pitchfork (Part 1); S Godstein – Sensemaking: a new twist on what is needed for success in trading and investment; J Smithson – Extending the frontiers of technical analysis: the application of WD Gann’s forecasting method to the currency markets; details on the new STA Home Study Course; STA news; interview with Trevor Neil, STA book club plus much more!

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